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  • Fall Into Healthy Eating

    Fall Into Healthy Eating
    Charles Stuart Platkin
    Charles Stuart Platkin

    It's that time of year when it starts to get dark early, the days get cooler—in other words, it's the fall. And something else happens as well—we »

    It's that time of year when it starts to get dark early, the days get cooler—in other words, it's the fall. And something else happens as well—we »

    It's that time of year when it starts to get dark early, the days get cooler—in other words, it's the fall. And something else happens as well—we start eating more. People show a marked seasonal rhythm with increased total caloric consumption, especially from carbohydrates, in the fall, associated »

  • Ways to Transition Your Kitchen to Fall

    Ways to Transition Your Kitchen to Fall
    Leslie Bonci
    Leslie Bonci

    The days are shorter, the trees are changing colors and pumpkin is in coffee cups, candles and cupcakes. In other words, fall is here. But with »

    The days are shorter, the trees are changing colors and pumpkin is in coffee cups, candles and cupcakes. In other words, fall is here. But with »

    The days are shorter, the trees are changing colors and pumpkin is in coffee cups, candles and cupcakes. In other words, fall is here. But with the change of seasons – and the closing of farmers markets and community-supported agriculture programs – can come a reduction in the number of fruits and »

  • The Truth About Belts, Lifting Shoes, and Straps

    The Truth About Belts, Lifting Shoes, and Straps
    Dr. John Rusin
    Dr. John Rusin

    Tools or Crutches? What's the deal with weight belts, lifting straps, and Olympic lifting shoes? Are they good tools or are they doing more harm »

    Tools or Crutches? What's the deal with weight belts, lifting straps, and Olympic lifting shoes? Are they good tools or are they doing more harm »

    Tools or Crutches? What's the deal with weight belts, lifting straps, and Olympic lifting shoes? Are they good tools or are they doing more harm than good? Many "functional training" coaches will tell you not to use them. But many strength coaches will tell you they're a necessity. So which is it? Unfortunately, »

  • Foods That Fight Stress

    Foods That Fight Stress
    Keri Glassman
    Keri Glassman

    Rethink your comfort foods What makes a food calming? Too often, a client will wave me off when I bring up this topic and say, "Oh, Keri, all »

    Rethink your comfort foods What makes a food calming? Too often, a client will wave me off when I bring up this topic and say, "Oh, Keri, all »

    Rethink your comfort foods What makes a food calming? Too often, a client will wave me off when I bring up this topic and say, "Oh, Keri, all foods are calming foods. Whenever I'm eating, I feel better." But there's a huge difference between tapping into a food's inherently calming properties and using »

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Sports Drinks and Exercise

Diana Rodriguez

If you've worked up a good sweat at your gym or health club and »

Adult-Onset Allergies

John Donovan

Let's be clear: Allergies aren't kids' stuff. Well, they're not »

Staying Fit in Mind and Body

Marcia C. Martin

Learning to maintain health (both physical and mental) is one »

Autumn Foods That Will Improve

Charlotte Harding

As the seasons change so do our tastes in food. Even the healthiest »

Benefits of Exercise

Heather Jones

1. Exercise is great for your brain. It's linked to less depression, »

Fall Foods for Your Family

Jessica Cording

For many, fall means new classes, new activities and sports, »

Why You Need Cardio Exercise

Paige Waehner

It's Not Just for Weight Loss Anymore We all know we're supposed »

Why Do Women Live Longer Than

Mark E. Williams

From the moment of conception, males experience greater mortality »

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Chewy Molasses Cookies

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Ease the Holiday Stress of Family Meals

Ease the Holiday Stress of Family Meals by Joan Kent, PhD Will you be visiting »

5 Tips for Naturally Boosting Your Immune System

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What Is Maltodextrin and Is it Dangerous?

Have you ever noticed the word "maltodextrin" in the ingredient list on »

Ozone Therapy: A Solution to the Opioid Epidemic?

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Gut Healthy Turmeric Vegetable Broth

This Gut Healthy Turmeric Vegetable Broth recipe is full of ingredients »

The Modified FODMAP Diet: Your Guide

You've completed the low FODMAP elimination and reintroduction phases. »

Exercise Keeps the Psychiatrist Away

I felt lazier than a slug after a night of trick or treating with eight »

Why Most People Fail at Dieting Long-Term

Few people are able to start a diet and stick to it for an extended period »

November is Diabetes Awareness Month

Imagine being diagnosed with a disease where... You lost your eyesight, »

50 Ways To Lose Weight and Keep It

Want to lose weight and keep it off? You're in the right place. I've put »

Can You Take Metformin For Weight Loss? A Look At

Metformin is a medication said to cause weight loss, but is it true? Should »

Home Remedies for UTIs: What Actually Works?

Urinary tract infections (UTIs) are quite common, especially among women. »

Yoga For The Modern Lifestyle Being

In this information era which surpassed the industrial era in terms of »

Levothyroxine for Hypothyroidism: What You Need to

Levothyroxine is the preferred medication of choice for treating an underactive »

Stop Searching for a Type 2 Diabetes Cure When It

So many are searching for a type 2 diabetes cure. We are an instant-gratifying »

IBS Medication: A Sales-Free Look At What Works

Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) is an increasingly common digestive disorder. »

Turn Off Cortisol For Best Workout Recovery

Turn Off Cortisol For Best Workout Recovery by Joan Kent, PhD It's important »

Tips on Wearing High Heels (Without the Pain)

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Constipation – An Ayurvedic View

Clearing of bowels is a step towards good health. There is a feeling of »

Alternative Diabetes Treatment, A Five-Step Plan

When considering an alternative diabetes treatment, realize it will take »

A Body in Motion Tends to Stay in Motion

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Posture and Your Health!

Do you have a child who loves to play on the phone or tablet? Do you, or »

How I Lowered My Blood Pressure Naturally by Taking

About a year ago, the stress of life seemed to be getting to me. I was »

Top 5 Cold Fighting Foods

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A Simple Man’s Guide to Getting In Shape DURING

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